The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 12, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 12, 1954
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAT, NOVEMBER 12, 1954 Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News - IWv Snrietv Editor • Pho Phone 3-4461 Country Club Has Change In Schedule of Activities The Country -Club is planning an elaborate program for the winter social season with several changes in weekly affairs announced by the board of directors. With the club house open to members at all times except Monday, special activities are expected to increase interest. Duplicate bridge games will continue to be played each Tuesday night in the ballroom. Family Night will be featured Wednesday with special menus and such entertainment as television programs, the open fire in the ballroom and recorded music. Games formerly played Saturday nights are being changed to Friday night, 8 o'clock, with A. H. McManus and B. B. Goodman in charge of this event. In the future there will be no special game on Saturday night which Is to be called "Party Night" with dancing, cards and similar entertainment. Supper will be served a 1» carte. The custom of having buffet supper Saturday night is being changed to Sunday night. The new club hostess, Mrs. William H. Caldwell of Memphis, will entertain with a "Two For One" party each Sunday from 5 until 6 o'clock when hors d'oeuvres also will be served. Supper will follow in smorgasbord style and a la carte. Sunday dinner will he served noon and night, along with other foods. Mrs.Westbrook Honored on 85th Birthday Mrs. I. O. Westbrook was hon ored with a party on her 85th birthday yesterday by her davigh tcrs, Mrs. R. L. Dedmar. and Mrs Don Fletcher, of Joiner at "" Dedman home. Fall flowers were used through out the entertaining rooms and the table from which party foods were served was overlaid with a lacd cloth and centered with a birthday cake. Yellow tapers in crystal cnn- delabra stood at each side. Mrs. Bob Walden and Mrs. Jim Lee Stevens of Osceola, granddaughter* of Mrs. Westbrook, presided at the table. Guests present were members of the Woman's Bible Class of First Christian Church of which the honoree IB the only charter, member llvtag. Mrs. Eula Rutledge and Mrs. Frank Webb also were guests. Winners . in the games played during the afternoon were Mrs. Rutledge and Mrs. James Rainwater. Country Club Bridge League Ends Series Country Club Bridge League conducted a masterpolnt game Tuesday night to end a six weeks aer ies. Winners were Mrs. Ruth Elea nor Afflick and Mrs. S, E. Tune, first with 83'/2 points; Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. E. B. Qee, second with 75 points. Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mrs. Henry Humphreys were in third place with 71!4 points and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Frank Orlgsby were fourth with 71 points. Six weeks winners were Mrs. Tune with 60.66 percentage and Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen second with 59.12 percent. Mrs. Russell Phillips was third with a 58.58 percentage, Mrs. Afflick was fourth with 57.96 percent and Harry W. Haines was in fifth place with a 56.09 percentage. Fidelis Class Conducts Meeting In Garner Home Fidelis Class of Trinity Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Lewis Garner last night with 10 members, two visitors, Mrs. J. Hoffman and Mrs. Howard Bevil, and one new member, Mrs. Harvey Garner, present. Mrs. Flora Williams opened the meeting with prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. Luther Robertson. The business session was presided over by Mrs. F. J. Austin when plans were made for the Christmas party. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Robertson and the hostess served a dessert course and iced drinks. Dogwood HD Club Has Election Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met at the club house Wed. ncsday with 11 members present. Group singing opened the meet- Ing, followed with prayer by Mrs. P. S. Parker. Mrs. Charley Lutes presided over the business session when officers were elected for the coming year. Those elected were Mrs. Otis Ser- r»tt, president; Mrs. Mary Scrape, vice-president; Mrs. Jim Lutes, secretory and Mrs. Ira Kooncc, treasurer. " reading of club motto dismissed the group. Miss Turner Guest Speaker At Burdette Forty-one members were present when Burdelt* Parent-Teachers Association met yesterday iiltcrnooii. Mis. Charles Prazier presided over the business session when it was announced a study course will be held at the school Dec. 10. The group decided to sponsor an eye clinic and help with th esum- mer round-up. Mrs. Pearl Long was appointed chairman of the health committee. Mrs. Mary Craig Introduced Miss Winnie Virgil Turner who spoke on "Mental and Emotional Hazards." The devotional wits Riven by Mrs. Conway Duncan and Mrs. Tom Oal- lis gave the president's message. Reports were given by committee chairmen. Room count was awarded the llth grade and Mrs. James E. Permenter was appointed civil defense chairman. Hostesses during the social horn were Mrs. Everett Eubanks, Mrs D. C. Eubanks. Mrs. Bud Gunter Mrs. R. D. Nnsh and Mrs. Brad Shearln. Dell PTA Has Fathers Night Program Dell Parent-Teachers Assoclatioi held it's annual fathers night pro gram Wednesday night. A buffet dinner preceded the meeting when fourth grade moth, ors were hostesses. "What We Waal for Our Chil dren," a panel discussion was held by R. B. Crawford, John Stevens Jr., the Rev. E. H. Hall, A. E, Caldwell, and Chnrles Armstrong A film on "Act Your Ages," or the emotional maturity, a demonstration of class room activities, was shown. • * Mrs. John Miller presided ovoi the business session. Sing'ing Convention To Be Held Sunday Mississippi County Singing Convention will be held Sunday nt the Full Gospel Tubenwclfi with singing beginning at 2 p.m. Hnnnoneors Quartet at Hlckman, Ky., will be the special miesls. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRI.. & SAT. Double Feature COLUMBIA PICWS crumb •i* HICHAM DENNING • MARTHA HVER • AW THE SIX MOST BEAUTIFUL INDIAN 1 GIRLS IN AMERICA Stoiy and ScrfM Pliy by DOUGLAS HEVES • Pioducetf b; SAM KATZMAH . Olrnlid tr WILLIAM CASTLE —AND— "BURMA CONVEY" Serial "Hatman" No. 3 Cartoon "Hero For A Day" Sun.. & Mon. Double Feature L A GREAT CARSON PERFORMANCE I ^IGREERGARSON ROBERT RYAI HER TWELVE MEN —AND— * UNIVERSAl-INTERNATIONAl PtCTURFV METRO NEWS Yarbro PTA Has Meeting At School Yarbro Parent-Teachers Association met, at the school Wednesday afternoon. An executive board meeting preceded the regular meeting. Mrs. J. L. Plunkctt presided over the business session when plans were made to purchase new library books /or the school. Reports were made by committee chairmen and the devotional was given by Emily Bunch, Phil Johnson, Betty Drumwright and Ixiretta Mallory, fifth grade students. Mr.s. David Miles gnve UIP devotional and the speaker for the afternoon was Mrs, John Johnson who Bits of News it l Carol Lee Ashby who has been a patient in a hospital In Memphis Is now at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Adele Paulson, 36 South Au- burndal in Memphis. Mrs. A. P, Burks, Mr.,. Bob Stovall and Mrs. Ira Dickson visited Carol Lee terday. Mr, and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester left today for Fort Smith where they will attend the wedding of their son, Tommy Sunday. They will be Joined by another son, David Sylvester, Mrs. Sylvester and daughter o£ Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Ern McLemoore and daughter of Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bean of Flint, Mich., and Mr, and- Mrs. Cliff Wrotton and son of Monette were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley thli week. Don Haley and son. Jerry, were . , chose as her topic, "Teamwork for i m Ncw - port t ast n j g ht to attend the a Better Community." | foolbn:" game. Mrs. Ralph Berry man spoke to I Mrs. Louis Hill, Mrs. J. P. Garthe group. { roll and Miss Martha Bean left Second grade mothers were Ivjs- ' today for Conway where they will losses at the conclusion of the I attend the Arkansas Tech-Hendrix meeting. Local Artists Enter Show In Jonesboro Two local artists have entered i art exhibit In Cnifghetul County. They are Dr. Eelini Mies and Miss Tnbttha Sudbury. Dr. Nlos showed three oils, "The Aspen Trial," a lively landscape done while in Colorado this summer, two florals, "Old Fashioned Zinnias," and "Mixed Flowers." Miss Sudbury exhibited "Blue Antiquity," a still life In oil, n water color landscape entitled "Down Mississippi Way," and several water colors and pastels. This show was held at the public library nt Jonosboro. These pic- A*re were cho.scn by Mrs. Harry Meyers mul Mrs. Elmer Stuck ol Jonesboro, At lhe Hospitals Blythcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Buford Hiiynes, City Mrs. GUK Morris, Luxora C--takns;i\vb:i Hospital Dismissed: Mr.s. J. D. Smith. City Susan O'NeiU, City Paula O'Neal, City Marqucttn Barry, City College football game tomorrow. They were joined in Memphis by Misses Betty Lee Garrott and Kay Hindman, students at Mississippi State College for women In Columbus, Miss. Mrs. Johnny White and children are spending this week In Senatobia, Miss., tis guests of Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Roseborough. F. B. Joyner returned Tuesday from Cleveland, O., where he iit- Lc-iuled the. National Convention of National Association of Licensed Luw Officials. Mr. Joyner represented Arkansas as a real estate Commissioner. Mrs. John Tyrone, Mrs. Theodore Logan, Mrs. Bill Jost and Mr.s. Hubert Seymore spent yesterday in Sike.ston as guests of Mrs. Homer S tames, formerly of Bly- thovfllc. M r. a ml M rs. H. C. Blankenship and daughter, Monya, Jean Brndley and Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sons, David find Jimmy were in Newport for the football Kami! last night. A. K. Goody of California who has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Lucy Cocdy nncl sister, Mrs. Herbert Joyner. returned to his home this morning. Coming Events FHIDAY Friday Club meets with Mrs. Bob Lo»an. Mr.s. CJeorpe Anderson entertains Vcndrcdl Bridge Club. SATUHDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets Si/.cs 2 to 18 Western Round-Up! COWBOY GEAR Leather fringed jack*! and $ JOfl Belted slock ?J9S and Yippy-i-y»y! Here's the gear that's dear to every young cowboy's heart! Authentic two-toned western wear of hardy sanforized cavalry twill. Practical ityling makes these perfect for schooltimc or playtime. Wide selection of favorite color combinations. Martin's Mens Store "fvcryt/ii'ng For Men and Boys" Kibitzer Club Conducts Gorrie Kibitzer Club was entertained yesterday afternoon at the Bustle Inn by Mrs. Alex Curtis., Mrs. Sube Carson and Mrs. Charles Affllck were winners In the bridge games. A dessert course was served preceding the games. Benjamin Franklin was the 15th child in a family of 17. Hand Painted Oil Miniatures $4.95 The Child Art Studio Blythevllle Ph. 3-8666 G'ELEBRATE 50TII — Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Keirsey of Braggadocio, Mo., celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last week when their daughter, Mrs. Dallas Latimer, had a dinner for members of the family in Caruthersville. They have lived in Braggadocio since their marriage. Mrs. Keirsey is a native of Kentucky and came to Caruthersville by river packet in 1904. Mrs. Rowlett Complimented With Party Mr.s. Thunnan Rowlett, Jr., a recent bride, was complimented with i dessert canasta and bridge party nt the Dixie Pig Wednesday night. Hostesses were Mre. Harry Weedman, Mrs. Robert I. Thomas and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr. Tallies were yellow centered with picture of a house wife to represent Mrs. Rowlctt. Crystal bud- vases holding bronze mums centered the individual tables. Mrs. Rowlett was presented a yel- w chrysanlhehium corsage and bronze plaque from her hostesses. Winners In the bridge games were Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., high, and Vlr.s Horner, second high. Mrs. Perry Darby was high score winner Deborah Class Entertained With Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moore entertained members and their husbands of the Deborah Class of First Baptist Church with a tvirkey dinner at j their home last night. I The table from which the dinner was served was centered with a cornucopia holding fruits. This was flanked with red tapers In gold candelabra. Individual tables were centered with brightly colored t;ords. The invocation was given by Dr. Edna Nies and following dinner Mrs.. Moore showed films on Washington, D. C., 'and other points of Interest in the East. In the canasta games. Mrs. Jack Saiiain of Luxora was an out-of-town gut-st. THEATRE g| On W. Main St. . 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